Things To Do In Eugene, Oregon- Oregon Road Trip (Travel Vlog)

Things To Do In Eugene, Oregon

I took a road trip to Oregon and made a stop in Eugene, Oregon. We drove up from San Francisco to Eugene, Oregon. We stopped in Redding, CA, Ashland, OR, Philomath, OR and Jacksonville OR. This Road Trip was to Southern Oregon, the Willamette Valley. Check out this video to see suggestions of things to do in Eugene, Oregon for your trip to Eugene, Oregon.

Here is our journey and travel vlog adventure of this amazing road trip to Eugene, Oregon! Check out this travel vlog to see some suggestions of things to do in Eugene, Oregon!

Hope you this travel vlog of our road trip to Eugene, Oregon!

Whether you will be visiting the University of Oregon, or are just going on an Oregon road trip or looking for what to do in Oregon, I hope my eugene road trip is useful to you!

In this travel vlog, you’ll see:

Our Road Trip to Oregon For The Eclipse

Eugene, OR

Towshend’s Eugene Tea House
41 W Broadway, Eugene, OR 97401

Owen Rose Garden
Park in Eugene, Oregon
300 N Jefferson St, Eugene, OR 97402

Skinner Butte Park
248 Cheshire Ave.
Eugene, OR 9740101

Eugene Oregon Parks via Looped Path

Cascades Raptor Center
Nature preserve in Lane County, Oregon
Bald Eagles, Hawks, Owls, Falcons, other raptors/ birds
32275 Fox Hollow Rd, Eugene, OR 97405

5th Street Public Market
Shopping Mall with restaurants & cafes & stores & outdoor patio
296 E 5th Ave #300, Eugene, OR 97401

Voodoo Donuts Eugene
20 E Broadway, Eugene, OR 97401

Eugene Train Station
433 Willamette St, Eugene, OR 97401

Eugene Public Art Piano

Eugene Public Library- Downtown Eugene

University of Oregon campus

Willamette River/ Eugene Oregon Parks

Downtown Eugene/ Eugene Oregon Restaurants

First we stopped for some tea at Townshend’s Eugene Teahouse. They have 100 different types of tea, as well as kombucha. They have a large menu with green, black, chai and other kinds of tea! We walked along the Willamette river, stopping at many parks including the Skinner Butte Park and the Owen Rose Garden. These parks are all connected by a path along the Willamette River. We went to the Cascades Raptor Center which is a wildlife center with raptors, a group of birds, including hawks, eagles, falcons, owls etc. This is a wildlife hospital and refuge for these injured birds from the Oregon area. We also went to the 5th Street Public Market which a cool thing to do in Eugene, it has many shops, restaurants, cafes in Eugene.

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18 thoughts on “Things To Do In Eugene, Oregon- Oregon Road Trip (Travel Vlog)”

  1. Gosh, well done. You showed so much in three minutes. I love Eugene despite all the changes over the years. It is a lovely city.

  2. Thanks! it's nice to see some of the sites of Eugene! I have never stopped there guess to much of a hurry to get to Portland after traveling for days! Hope to take relaxing trip and stop many places!

  3. It looks os beautiful! I love all the greenery in the town and the lake looks beautiful and teaming with wildlife!

  4. Nicely done travel video!
    Thanks for adding the City of Eugene Owens Rose Garden, looks great.. I'm one of the volunteer rose garden stewards. 🙂

  5. I've never been to Oregon and now thanks to your video, it's definitely on my must visit list. Such beautiful architecture!

  6. Nice video. I Travel to Eugene reguarly on business and it is a scenic area. But to be fair to people who plan to visit, it has the highest homeless population of anywhere I've ever been. This may not be an issue to many, but it needs to pointed out. Also the road system in the town is very convoluted and confusing. You will need your gps app.

  7. I loved you video. I've actually heard great things about Eugene Oregon. They have a Voodoo donuts here in Texas too!

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